You will need to obtain a Hazardous Waste ID number before you contact us to schedule an appointment. This number, issued by the California Department of Toxic Substance Control (California ID Number), identifies each handler of hazardous waste on hazardous waste manifests and other paperwork. The ID Number enables regulators to track the waste from its origin to final disposal (“cradle to grave.”) For more information, read this Type of Hazardous Waste Generators in California pdf.
Ready to get your Number?
Visit the California Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) website to obtain your Hazardous Waste ID Number.
Please note: you do not need a Hazardous Waste ID Number to drop-off electronic waste, household batteries, fluorescent bulbs or latex paint at our facility.
Business require an appointment to drop-off at our facility. Our facility is open for business customers on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. To make an appointment to drop off your material during those hours, please contact our Operations Associate Hugo at 415 456-2665 or by email at [email protected].
Be mindful of the quantities that you are bringing. Containers may not be larger than five (5) gallons or 50 pounds in weight.
For the safety of our workers and to ensure proper disposal, please avoid mixing materials, even if you think they are the same.
The links below will help you to learn about regulations that apply to hazardous waste generators and information about types of EPA numbers
We are proud to partner with other programs or businesses that will accept medium and large quantities of car batteries, cooking oil, household batteries, latex paint and motor oil for a small fee (or sometimes free of charge). Visit our Programs page to learn more about these organizations.